Molar Teeth Are Painful And Bleeding When Brushing Your Teeth?
Good evening, I want to ask. It’s been a month my right molar teeth hurt every time I eat something. The pain can reach the ears and sometimes like aches in my jaw. Sometimes it also bleeds when I brush my teeth. Even though my teeth aren’t hollow. What can I do to treat it?
Hi Kehila, thank you for asking.
The molars are painful and look hollow without meaning that there are no problems with the teeth. Bleeding gums is one sign that there is an inflammatory process. Some things that might cause your symptoms, namely:
Perforated molars on sides that are attached to other teeth in front or behind them. Often the hole in the side of this tooth is difficult to see with the naked eye. The dentist will use a mouth glass and X-ray help to see if it really is a cavity.
Pulpitis or inflammation of the dental pulp. In the dental pulp there is a collection of nerve tissue that supplies the teeth and this area can become inflamed. Pain due to pulpitis, including the type of pain that can be severe and difficult to overcome.
Periodontitis. Inflammation of the supporting tooth tissue. One of them is characterized by rocking teeth, bleeding gums, pain when chewing teeth or when teeth and teeth clash.
You can overcome it with warm compresses or gargle warm water and salt. You can also try to take analgesics labeled blue. But please remember, as I explained, as long as the causes of tooth pain are not treated, the pain will be difficult to disappear and are relapsing. Pain in the teeth including the type of pain that if it is very heavy, then the usual anti-pain medication will be difficult to overcome the pain. We recommend that before your problem drags on, you immediately visit a professional dentist. Please do not visit dental care outlets whose examinations and actions are not performed by dentists, because of the potential for permanent tooth damage.
Hope this answer helps. Regards.